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DEF slip tanks

Need to start dealing with DEF on the farm. Right now we only need it at harvest so looking for a smaller, self contained, system we can set on service truck and remove when not needed.


Anyone have anything they like or don't like.


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check out the Def delete options...Lots of guys with Red stuff are going that way next season..

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We don't need a service truck and get our DEF in an IBC which sits in an open fronted hut net to the diesel tank with an electric pump on it.

You could probably do the same but put small tank or a/some 20 litre drum(s) in you service truck depending on how much you use.

Our Masseys are very well behaved and DEF isn't an issue.
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I guess I forgot to mention I will not be putting a DEF delete on my new combine.
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a tote with a pump on the service truck or on a trailer. seems to work well
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Check out enduraplas.com have a buddy with one from there and he seems to like it.
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You also have to figure out how to get the DEF into your portable tank. I bought the enduraplas system and it works well, but is ridiculously expensive.
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I have the enduraplas setup and works well. I put a small banjo coupler on the pump so that I can use the same pump to both fill and empty the tank. Thunder creek makes a nice slip tank setup but I would guess it's a little more $$. Looks to be a good option if making it a permanent part of your service rig.
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You also have to figure out how to get the DEF into your portable tank. I bought the enduraplas system and it works well, but is ridiculously expensive.
I like the looks of that one. What exactly is ridiculously expensive if you don't mind me asking.
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Check out enduraplas.com have a buddy with one from there and he seems to like it.
Any idea where he got it from?

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